Looking for something romantic to do this holiday season with your one and only? Ontario is brimming with gorgeous getaways that combine luxe amenities with historic charm. From Nordic cabins on the water to country inns surrounded by cobblestone, these romantic getaways in Ontario are worth the trip with your special someone.

Here are 10 of the cutest couples getaways to take this holiday season in Ontario’s dreamiest destinations, from Niagara-on-the-Lake to Prince Edward County to Muskoka.

Pillar & Post Inn

This charming historic hotel in the heart of Niagara-on-the-Lake has a 13,000 sq ft spa with a gorgeous outdoor hot spring that you can enjoy all year round, as well as a magical holiday garden.

There’s plenty to do in the Niagara region this time of year, like holiday shopping in the adorable boutiques in Niagara-on-the-Lake and watching the fireworks above the Falls during the Winter Festival of Lights.

Where: 48 John Street W, Niagara-on-the-Lake

Wander the Resort

This isn’t your average lakefront resort. Comprised of sleek Nordic cabins on the water, this spot in Prince Edward County offers a classic Canadian getaway with a modern twist.

Each cabin sleeps 5 people and comes with every amenity you could dream of, including heated floors —  perfect for a double date weekend.

Where: 15841 Loyalist Pkwy, Bloomfield

Ste Anne’s Spa

 

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In the rolling hills of Northumberland, you’ll find an 1800s heritage fieldstone country castle converted into a dreamy and luxurious spa resort.

Spend all day in your cozy bathrobe while you enjoy the peaceful surroundings, rejuvenating amenities, and delicious cuisine. You can book a day trip to the spa or spend the night in one of the charming cottages.

Where: 1009 Massey Rd, Grafton

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Millcroft Inn & Spa

This historic inn is located right outside of Toronto in Caledon. It dates back way to the 1880s and once housed a knitting mill, but has since been transformed into a charming hotel with 52 romantic guest rooms, relaxing outdoor hot spring pools, cross-country skiing, a spa, and more.

Plus, the gorgeous grounds are an ideal backdrop for a cute photoshoot.

Where: 55 John St, Alton

JW Marriott The Rosseau Muskoka Resort & Spa

 

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Modern luxury meets rugged Canadian nature at this sprawling Muskoka resort.

When you’re not relaxing at the HydroSpa or enjoying the elegant atmosphere, you could pamper yourselves with a spa treatment, dine at the Muskoka Chophouse, or go for a walk in the nearby nature.

Where: 1050 Paignton House Rd, Minett

Elora Mill Hotel & Spa

 

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If you really want to treat yourselves, a stay at the charming Elora Mill is the ultimate indulgence.

Spend your mornings gazing out at the sweeping views of “Ontario’s most beautiful village” and soaking in the spa’s hot tub overlooking the Elora Gorge.

Sip on fresh-pressed juice, dine in the hotel restaurant’s solarium, and wander along the cobblestone streets of this unique town like you’re on a trip to Europe.

Where: 77 West Mill St, Elora

Hotel X

 

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Described as downtown’s lakefront urban resort, this is the perfect spot for a getaway right in the city.

The resort-style amenities include access to the screening room film series, Canada’s first Guerlain Spa, the fitness centre, and the heated year-round rooftop swimming pool.

Where: 111 Princes’ Blvd, Toronto

Somewhere Inn


This gorgeous boutique accommodation is nestled among the forests, lakes, and mountains of the Ottawa Valley. It’s the ultimate destination for an outdoorsy weekend, even in the wintertime.

There’s plenty to do during the winter around Somewhere Inn, including skiing, snow shoeing and exploring the many local shops, breweries, cafes, and restaurants in the Calabogie area.

Where: 5254 Calabogie Rd, Calabogie

The Pearle Hotel & Spa

A stunning spot for getaways, spa days, and dinner dates with water views is just outside of Toronto.

Described as an urban retreat where luxury meets lifestyle, The Pearle’s amenities include a Hamman steam room, an indoor pool and a Techno-Gym, a California-inspired spot called Isabelle with a year-round terrace and delicious coastal cuisine, and the Pearle’s Café.

Where: 3 Elizabeth St, Burlington

124 on Queen Hotel & Spa

Famous for being one of Canada’s most picturesque destinations, Niagara-on-the-Lake is worth a visit for the scenery alone — adding to its charm is the 124 on Queen hotel and spa.

The elegant 70-room hotel occupies six heritage-style buildings in the heart of the community.

The 12,000-square-foot spa features a hydrotherapy circuit with hot and cold pools, saunas, steam rooms, sensory experience showers, and even a snow room.

Where: 124 Queen St, Niagara-on-the-Lake

Enjoy your staycations!